On September 5, 20145, Sony Corp. released a new mirrorless interchangeable lens camera, the Alpha 5100 in Japanese markets. It will be released soon in global markets as well. Sony claims that the camera has the world’s smallest ILC with super-fast autofocus and proquality pictures. The Alpha 5100 features a fast hybrid AF with 179 focal plane phasedetection AF points, and a touch shutter release. It features a 24 MP APS-C size Exmore CMOS sensor, a BIONZ X processor, a 180 degrees tiltable 3-inch touch enabled LCD monitor. It can also shoot full HD videos, and offers One-touch image and movie sharing with NFC and Wi-Fi connectivity. The Alpha 5100 measures 109.6×62.8×35.7, and weighs 283g including battery and Memory Stick Pro Duo.